The 10 Best body lotions
Keep your skin silky, supple and smooth as the cold weather draws in with a nourishing and soothing moisturiser
1. Baume Corps
£20 for 400ml, Biotherm, Boots nationwide
The pleasant citrus smell of this non-greasy, intensive formula is subtle enough not to clash with your chosen fragrance.
2. Souffle body cream
£43.50 for 300g, Laura Mercier, spacenk.com
A real winter warmer, vanilla and amber are blended to create a comfortingly rich and sensual fragrance.
3. Crème de Corps
£44 for 500ml, Kiehl's, Kiehls.co.uk
This super-rich body lotion is a skincare classic for those with dry, flaking skin that can't be touched by other non-medicinal products.
4. Irresistibly Smooth
£3.49 for 250 ml, Nivea, available nationwide
A good primer before applying fake tan. Shea butter and Vitamin E work together to soften and smooth dry skin.
5. Moroccan rose otto body cream
£26 for 200ml, REN, renskincare.com
Heavenly perfume of Moroccan rose oil hydrates and soothes and has anti-inflammatory properties.
6. Olive butter formula body lotion
£3.85 for 250ml, Palmer's, available nationwide
Enriches dehydrated or dry skin thanks to organic extra virgin olive oil. Refreshing in the mornings.
7. Replenishing Lotion
£2.99 for 250ml, Garnier, available nationwide
Designed for those who don't need to moisturise every day, this mango-oil enriched formula is specifically for dry skin.
8. Deep Comfort
£27 for 400ml, Clinique, clinique.co.uk
Lightweight formula ideal for skin not needing too intensive a moisturiser. Caffeine and extract of gentian soothe irritated skin.
9. Coconut Body Butter
£13 for 200ml, the Body Shop, thebodyshop.co.uk
This is enriched with fair trade organic coconut oil to create a moisturiser that smells pleasingly of its tropical ingredient.
10. The Righteous Butter
£10.50 for 300ml, Soap & Glory, Boots nationwide
Soap & Glory has a huge following. Rich and nourishing with a pleasant scent, this butter is especially great for dry elbows and knees.
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